Riverdale solves this season's two biggest mysteries and it only ends in heartbreak.
The race is on between our friends and evil alien overlord Jones to find the science! Whoever finds the science first will win!
Just a week after promising not to, David and the assessors go after RSM Fertility. Hey, what does RSM stand for, again?
Cheryl is probably becoming a saint. Or a demon. Or a mothwoman, which is maybe a possibility on this show. Also, the Jason hath spoken and he said, thou shalt not break into song. Maybe he's got a point.
We've got all your old favorites this week. We've got Nora, we've got Malex, we've got Liz making science noises and talking about saving Max. It all can be yours for the price of free.
An Air Force captain reports seeing a UFO and the Church really wants to know what it smelled like. That checks out.
Riverdale tries to make it up to Josie and the Pussycats in an episode that will not stop singing.
The gang confronts Jones, but it doesn't go as they expect.
This week, the assessors investigate a neuro device that can make you have visions. I'm sure they'll all see nothing more severe than puppies and rainbows, though.
Join us in Riverdale this week for three chilling tales. Well, two and then one with rats, I guess.
We find out what happened to Maria, kind of, and I'm more confused than ever before.
Evil delivers its best episode ever maybe and doesn't even have to say that much.
Archie's past experiences in The War come back to haunt him, literally, while Betty and Tabitha maybe find the Lonely Highway Killer.
Remember last week, when the episode ended with our being concerned for Kyle's safety? Well, I hope you enjoyed it, because we're doing it again.
In perhaps the most meta episode of the franchise yet, we follow an escape from the Murder House. But have we really escaped?
Once upon a time in America, Hiram Lodge was born out of the ashes of a shoe shine boy. These are his stories.
It seems as if the murder victim might be revealed, as this episode ends in a maybe-murder.
We're in the woods this week with a quick, creepy, and satisfying downer of a story.
Riverale is back! In the aftermath of the prison break at Hiram's jail, Archie attempts to round up the remaining convicts on the loose...
Hmm, maybe you shouldn't trust a mysterious guy you find in a desert cage, even if he does give you a magic rock.